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Often I blog about using interesting methods to develop murder plots, and sometimes murder mystery writers use a prologue to set up their story – possibly with an actual murder scene or with a scene that gives valuable information to help the reader understand the victim or villain. But are these preambles to the real story necessary?
Some literary experts even question whether the prologue is actually…Continue
Added by James J. Murray on July 19, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Staying organized has many advantages in terms of having more time for yourself and family; in terms of saving money; peace of mind, better health, balanced life and improved professional/Social life.
Below are some considerations on how to be more Organized and consequently…Continue
Added by Gulzar Sadruddin Hassanally on July 15, 2014 at 11:11am — No Comments
I am fortune to have met some really nice folks on social media. To do my fair shared I am going to feature some of my friends from Twitter and Goodreads on my blog. Some of them may not be authors but “Social Media” gurus or Bloggers. So without further ado, please take a minute of your time and read a little bit about Paul Hollis, author of “Hollow Man”. Paul’s Amazon…Continue
Added by giovanni gelati on July 8, 2014 at 1:51pm — No Comments
I recently attended the RomCon in Denver. The cost of travelling, accommodations, registration, food reached to nearly $2,500. Was it worth it?
So far, I’d have to say in monetary return – no. That is, unless the connections I made translates into a sudden burst of sales at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Not likely.
In terms of a useful experience, maybe. The speakers ranged from terrible to great. The organization of the event could have been better. The accommodation was poor…Continue